Fanimatrix: RunProgram Crew
Director/ Editor/ Co-ScreenWriter/ Co-Producer
Born: 4th December 1978
Rajneel is a freelance director, actor and screenwriter who has spent many years privately refining his filmcraft.
Currently studying for a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Auckland, he has spent the last five years gaining experience working on many professional and amateur film projects.
He is currently working on finishing his first feature film - a mockumentary - entitled "The Way Of The Fuzzball" which examines the trials, tribulations and misadventures involved in creating New Zealand's first low-budget Kung Fu epic.
Rajneel Singh can be contacted via;
1st Assistant Director/ Grip/ Stunt Driver/ Extra
Born: 2 October 1977
Daniel is an amateur member of the “Fanimatrix crew”, having only worked previously on “Way Of The Fuzzball” with Rajneel and Steve. Daniel worked on set doing whatever needed doing and was 1st AD for the Goth Scene. Previous acting experience includes some amateur theatre (Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet) and small extra roles in both “Fuzzball” and “Fanimatrix”. Daniel has a strong work ethic and is willing to do anything to get the job done. Currently studying for a BSc at Auckland University in Psychology and Physics, Daniel plans to become a secondary school teacher. Interests include sports and music.
Daniel Beeching can be contacted via;
Born: 18th November, and that's all I'm saying.
Annamarie has upwards of 10 years experience in theatre design, ranging from scenic art, costumes, props and concept design, as well as directing and acting.<
She currently works in the Film and Television industry, specifically as a prosthetic technician, although she roams all over the art department. She is currently teaching Special Effects at EDU-COL Tertiary College, and working at TopMark Products, and will soon be returning to the set of Power Rangers, where she works in the Monster Department.
THEATRE - ART DEPARTMENT:
AnnaMarie Connors can be contacted via;
Grip/ Photographer/ Webmaster/ Writer/ Programmer
Born: 1st Feburary 1980
Gene is a freelance multimedia geek, covering areas from Java programming, to digital photography, and also digital manipulation and website design and maintenance.
Has recently finished a Honours degree for Computer Science at the University of Auckland, and spending time gaining experiance with digital media and future technologies relating to print, internet, and film.
GRIP/ PRIMARY PHOTOGRAPHER:
Gene Rugg can be contacted via;
David W. Fraser
stunts, wire removal, retouching (titles)
David W. Fraser can be contacted via;
Born: 24th March 1980
Andrew, otherwise known as Lumpy, spends most of his time working with internet technologies, practicing Wushu, and hand painting finely crafted miniatures.Part time study at Auckland Uni has led him into the IT industry where he now develops websites, and creates/integrates statistical analysis features into products where there was none. For a day job he works with Datacom, but at night he becomes a maskless warrior against boredom trying not to hurt himself with a new jumping kick, or completing the latest request for a miniature.
Martial Art History
Andrew Salisbury can be contacted at;
Makeup Artist and Extra
Born: 26 April 1980
Sharyn was working toward her BA at the University of Waikato, but moved to Auckland for a change of pace. She graduated in 2001 from The Cut Above Academy with a Certificate in Makeup Artistry
Sharyn has been involved with the Riverlea Theatre Co in Hamilton, both on and off the stage, for a number of years. She has also done short film work (makeup) for South Seas and freelances in her spare time. Sharyns interests not only lie within drama and makeup, but branch out into fashion and music. She does freelance DJing, event organising and casting for various companies within Auckland.
Sharyn Syme can be contacted by request via;
Digital encoding/ Extra/ Web Hosting/ Photographer
Has worked in the ISP industry for the last 5 years as a programmer/systems admin. Jumped at the chance to be involved in The Fanimatrix: Run program filming in what ever capacity was useful.
Martial Art History
Grant Zanetti can be contacted via;